Chilled cucumber and yoghurt, with a hint of sweetness, makes a refreshing accompaniment to spicy dishes.
Melting cheese, crunchy bread, sweet peppers and hot chorizo. Oh yeah.
Lime leaves, ginger, chilli, garlic … mmm!
Spaghetti Taormina-style takes spag & tom sauce up several notches!
Simple things are often the best: a seasonal vege, a soft-cooked egg and a sprinkle of dukkah.
Vegetarian night. Woo-hoo, when this salad is in the house!
Tomatoes, prawns and feta …WooHoo! Sounds like summer to me. Or autumn, fall, spring, winter … you get it, these prawns are sensational any time, any season.
Regardless of any tweaks you may make, this is a beautifully balanced bake.
This tart is truly delicious and just that little bit more interesting than the standard, with the addition of warming spice.
Mushroom & Gruyère Galette made with rough puff pastry and a splash of truffle oil. It’s dreamy for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Sweet and savoury, this frittata is at its best while still warm, about 1 hour after making.
Add some punch with ginger, garlic and chilli and a handful of black sesame seeds.
Serve with sauce tartare, mayonnaise and squish between bread!
At last – a delicious gluten free recipe for cheese scones.
Light and delicious – better than grandma’s!
Sticky and moist, a thick slice of gingerbread loaf with a cuppa is an afternoon comfort!
Use white potatoes in this salad by all means, but it is so much more fun with a few coloured ones in the mix.
Swedes may take a little getting used to – but mashed with plenty of butter and spring onions or chives, they’re a winter winner.
Pizzaiola sauce is great on pasta, polenta and pizzas, but it’s even better with sausage and mash.
Here’s a great family mid-week soup to warm you up.
Blow that hangover out of the water with a tasty plate of fat, carbs and biting chilli!
Looking for a main course all-veg dinner? You just found it!
Potato & Eggplant Moussaka. The best-ever meatless moussaka you’ll ever find.
Roasted Spicy Chicken is a spectacular dish. Flavoured with cardamom, turmeric and cinnamon. It’s fragrant, golden and succulent.
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